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Tennessee to Consider Nullifying Executive Orders and Supreme Court Decisions

  • … the state legislature of Tennessee might soon have the opportunity to render all unconstitutional executive orders and Supreme Court decisions null and void within the borders of that state.
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Oh No For Possible Future of Oyez

The future of the Oyez US Supreme Court archive is apparently in trouble. “It’s not on Craigslist yet, but Jerry Goldman says options are narrowing for Oyez.org, the private online archive of Supreme Court materials he has been building since the early 1990s and providing free to the public….The sticking point, however, isn’t the annual budget; Harvard Law School, for one, has offered to pick up the operating cost. 33 more words

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Miss Community's "I Am Richmond Report" For February 1, 2016

I am Miss Community Clooovia and my intentions is to always keep it community with the latest happenings out there in the “I AM RICHMOND REPORT.”  The Virginia Senate passes two LGBT bills that would protect gay and transgender individuals seeking employment in local and state government. 182 more words

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US Supreme Court is Weighing in on Another Attack on the Middle Class

The corporate wing of the US Supreme Court, a commodity purchased by the Koch Brothers long ago, is likely going to hand down the Koch Brothers influenced, or ordered, decision against public employee unions, just as it destroyed legal precedents with its Koch Brothers influenced, or ordered, decision in the Citizen’s United case. 581 more words

Supreme Court to hear Challenge against Obama's Immigration Executive Actions

The US Supreme Court have agreed to hear a challenge to Obama’s 2014 executive orders which essentially granted 5 million illegal immigrants in the USA some form of legal status (subject to not inconsiderable checks and bureaucracy!). 261 more words

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Barack Obama's migrant plan taken up by US Supreme Court | BBC News

The US Supreme Court has said it will consider a challenge to one of President Barack Obama’s key immigration reform plans.

The plan would lift the threat of deportation from five million migrants living illegally in the US. 18 more words

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